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About Tom Keane Corporate Vice President, Mission Engineering, Microsoft Azure

Tom Keane is a Microsoft Corporate Vice President in the Mission Engineering division. Tom is responsible for leading the product engineering for Azure security, intelligence and operations by maintaining a broad product development strategy that integrates these technologies into the platform and services. Before this role, Tom was the General Manager of Cloud Infrastructure Marketing at Microsoft. 


He worked there overseeing most of our customer engagements with enterprise organizations and service providers around cloud computing topics such as hybrid cloud, data center transformation, and building applications on top of the public cloud. Tom Keane was also a member of the original Azure team when it launched in 2011 and led the team responsible for Azure Security.


  1. Protect The Nation’s Data With Connected Cybersecurity


Cloud Computing Services By Tom Keane

Tom Keane states that Microsoft brings many signals together to maximize the protection of the nation’s critical data. We partner with the United States Department of Defense to organize and integrate those signals, building a resilient protection solution. For example, we have helped the military make changes across their environment to reduce vulnerabilities in critical assets such as networks, servers, storage, and applications. Tom Keane led all their projects. 


  1. Take Full Advantage Of Data Center Transformation

The Azure Data Center is one of  the outstanding Microsoft Corporation fastest-growing areas, and, up to now, we’re on an unique approach mission to take full advantage of this growth by making it easier for customers to run workloads in the cloud. We have partnered with several vendors in the industry on these efforts, such as EMC, HP, and NetApp, to accelerate their move to the cloud. Tom Keane finally adds that our work is visible in great products like Storage Spaces Direct from EMC and HP, and our efforts are helping accelerate the move to flash-based data center infrastructure for service providers.